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Home Run Inn
Posted by georgieporgie on 10/28/2014
I had a strictly veggie slice and had trouble finding ANY veggies, and the only spice was an overly salty taste. Then I has a slice of tomato basil, which was good, then I had another slice of the same. It tasted nothing like the first one, and was almost as subpar as the veggie slice.
Posted by Angel on 10/16/2014
i didnt like that after 8pm they charged like a after 8 $6 service fee....does it go to the waitress?? because they still asked for tip on my receipt...and i really dont see a point to that if the restaurant wasnt really full or too busy, i undertand if its packed....so i tipped my waitress $5 + the fee they charge, came to like $12 basicaly in tip......i think thats a little too much......but foos is great, i wont complain about the price of the food because is great
Posted by Tom Jay on 11/03/2008
Grew up on their pizza. Still to this day it is my favorite thin crust of all. Wish they would sell their frozen pizzas in the DFW area again.
Posted by sophisticated palate on 08/16/2008
I grew up on this place and it's incredible, I cheated on her with other pizza joints in my adulthood, but I keep coming back, love is like that sometimes. The garlic crust is a beautiful thing. I've converted many New Yorkers with this pizza, it's that's good.
Posted by frankie on 05/06/2007
Grew up on this pizza and never found a substitute. How lucky we are in the Houston, Texas area to get their frozen pizzas in some of our grocery stores. Sure beats bringing an ice chest to Chicago to fill with their parbaked pizza and fly back to Texas with it. What restaurant do you know that isn't a chain that has been around for 60 plus years. When you are good, you are good.